Three Ways to Reduce Stress in a Seller’s Market

:: in March 20, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Three Ways to Reduce Stress in a Seller’s Market

So far in 2015, Seattle real estate has escalated into an aggressive and competitive seller’s market. Many properties are seeing multiple offers, where buyers are forced to rush inspections and submit deals on seller-driven deadlines with less guarantee of their deal being accepted. Experts are predicting that 2015 is the…

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Meet Ballard’s Newest Condos

:: in January 30, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Meet Ballard’s Newest Condos

Join us Saturday January 31st for a pre-superbowl Open House! Over 50 people attended our premiere open house, so we’re doing it again! Salt Condomimiums is holding an open house on Saturday, January 31st from 12-3 pm at Greenfire Campus, 2034 NW 56th Street, Seattle. As a VIP registrant, you are…

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Meet Ballard’s Newest Condos at Premiere Open House

:: in January 9, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Meet Ballard’s Newest Condos at Premiere Open House

Seattle Times NW Homes 01/10/15 – Salt is a boutique collection of one, two and three bedroom condominium homes in Ballard, where local entrepreneurs, independent shop owners, craft breweries and new residents are redefining one of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods. Located at 5601 20th Ave NW, Salt will provide homeowners a central…

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Seattle is 8th Most Expensive City to Rent in the U.S.

:: in January 9, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Seattle is 8th Most Expensive City to Rent in the U.S.

If you are renting in Seattle, you feel this pain: Seattle is ranked as the eighth most expensive city to rent in America. As of December, 2014, median rent in Seattle is $1,580/month for a one-bedroom apartment, and $2,200 for a two-bedroom apartment. Despite a boom in new apartment construction,…

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Biking in Ballard

:: in January 5, 2015 :: in Blog :: Comments Off on Biking in Ballard

Ballard is one of the few Seattle neighborhoods not built on top of steep hill, and the sea-level flat roads mean it’s more bicycle-friendly than your average Seattle community. Bike routes lead through the main Ballard neighborhoods and then head into the Downtown Seattle core in one of two directions:…

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